The Klier family have been making and manufacturing violins since Otto Klier’s father Johann Klier set up a workshop in Schönbach in 1887. The turmoil of WWII and its aftermath led to an eventual move to Bubenreuth, where the company, under the name of Otto Jos. Klier, has thrived ever since, making both instruments and bows. This bow has a round, selected pernambuco stick and Parisian eyes. It is very steady on the string in legato passages, has good spiccato and a clean articulation, and draws a warm, round sound.
Weight: 60.1 grams